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MTG Announces Press Conference Slamming “Unusually Cruel” Treatment of J6 Political Prisoners


It’s been 12 months since people were arrested at the January 6th protest at the Capitol Building.

It was a “mostly peaceful protest,” if we reported with the same standards as CNN.


These political prisoners have been receiving harsh and unusual punishment.

There have been multiple reports and eyewitness testimonies that J6 prisoners have been beaten, abused, and starved.

Many of them have been denied even the dignity of bathing.

Now, Marjorie Taylor Greene is spearheading a movement to raise awareness about these J6 prisoners.

She announced a press conference where she will reveal the “unusually cruel” treatment of Trump supporters in prison.

She won’t be the only one there either.

Check out a copy of her press release below:

Of course, no one in the mainstream media is reporting about her press conference.


Because they don’t want to reveal to the public the horrific treatment of Trump supporters.

It will show how corrupt the system truly is.

Even the Daily Beast, which is usually liberal, confirms the “abuse” of Trump voters:

A federal judge on Wednesday slammed D.C. jail officials over the possible mistreatment of accused Capitol rioters in custody, calling for the Justice Department to open a civil rights investigation and holding two officials in contempt of court for delaying medical treatment.

“It’s more than just inept and bureaucratic shuffling of papers,” U.S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth fumed during a contentious hearing Wednesday about medical delays for accused rioter Christopher Worrell. “Does no one care? Does no one follow up?”

During the hearing, Lamberth said that jail officials failed to turn over critical information that was needed to approve surgery for the accused rioter’s broken wrist—even though the medical procedure was recommended four months ago. The accused Proud Boys member from Florida, who is receiving chemotherapy for cancer, was arrested in March on several charges after allegedly attacking police with pepper spray during the Jan. 6 riots.

“I find that the civil rights of the defendant have been abused,” Lamberth said, adding that he was made aware of the “inexcusable” delay last week and ordered jail officials to turn over notes to the U.S. Marshals Service since Worrell is a federal inmate.

Lamberth said that when he learned the jail still had not sent over the records on Tuesday morning he ordered them to appear in court for a contempt hearing. Deputy Attorney General Chad Copeland confirmed during the hearing that jail officials eventually produced the records Tuesday afternoon.

“It took a court order from me and a threat of contempt to get it approved. Why did that happen? No one at the jail noticed he’s been sitting there in pain this whole time?” Lamberth said.

After the hearing, Lamberth ordered that Wanda Patten, the warden of the D.C. jail, and Quincy Booth, director of the D.C. Department of Corrections, “are in civil contempt of court.” The order also noted that the U.S. Attorney General received a copy of the ruling “for appropriate inquiry into potential civil rights violations of Jan. 6 defendants, as exemplified in this case.”


Let’s get this straight:

In most cases, BLM rioters were NOT arrested.

And when they were arrested, Kamala Harris tried to get them out of jail by fundraising the bail costs.

But Trump voters have been held and abused in jail for nearly a year!



What can we expect from Marjorie Taylor Green’s press conference?

She’ll have three other House members there, including Matt Gaetz.

But we have a feeling she’ll be revealing major bombshells.

If you missed her interview with Revolver News, this may be a peak at what she’s going to reveal:

What do you think?


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